Blog Tour: Nobody's Wife by Laura Pearson

‘Of the four of them, only three remained. And there was no going backwards from there.’ 

Today is Publication Day for Laura Pearson's new book, Nobody's Wife, and I am sharing my review as part of the blog tour.

Title: Nobody's Wife
Author: Laura Pearson
Published: March 28th 2019 by Agora Books

Blurb: Emily and Josephine have always shared everything. They’re sisters, flatmates, and best friends. It’s the two of them against the world.

When Emily has the perfect wedding, and Josephine finds the perfect man, they know things will change forever. But nothing can prepare them for what, or who, one of them is willing to give up for love.

Four people. Three couples. Two sisters. One unforgivable betrayal.

From the best-selling author of Missing Pieces comes a heart-wrenching story about family, loyalty, and obsession that will have you racing to the finish.

Review: This is a story about secrets, obsession and betrayal. It is a dark story that stretches the relationship between two sisters to its limits. I found the dynamic between them fascinating. Especially how it changed as the story evolved and we knew more things about them. 

After reading both of her books, Missing Pieces and this one, I have to say that Laura Pearson is really good at writing about emotions and how they affect her characters. It's easy to picture them in my mind and even feel how they are feeling. 

Nobody's Wife is a short but very intense novel. The pace is slow but the emotions run high and as the tension builds, you really have no idea in which direction the story is going to go. Although the story made me feel uncomfortable in some moments and shocked me more than once, it held my attention until the very end. It's definitely a story that will make you think about it, even days after finishing it. 

I would like to thank the published for sending me a copy of this book. This is my honest opinion. 

About the Author:

Laura Pearson has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Chichester. She spent a decade living in London and working as a copywriter and editor for QVC, Expedia, Net a Porter, EE, and The Ministry of Justice. Now, she lives in Leicestershire, where she writes novels, blogs about her experience of breast cancer (, runs The Motherload Book Club, and tries to work out how to raise her two children.

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